Revisiting some past works has been a lot of fun over on the CASE Study Challenge Blog–hope you've had a chance to play along a bit, as well!
The last project Iwona chose was this single-layer botanical design:
And here's my take on it, the 2nd time around:
I don't know much about flowers, except what I like… my family always tells me I have a "black" thumb… TRUE STORY!!! I can't keep REAL plants alive, so I have to resort to the ink & paper kind… BAH HAHAHAHA!!!
Now, if you know me at all, you know I'm insanely crazy about single-layer white cards… Hands down, my favoritest kind of card to make because they always have such a fresh look about them!
Also, I have NO idea if hydrangea blossoms come in reddish tones (will hafta look that up on the interwebs), but I wanted to use that sort of hue on this design, and I absolutely LOVE how the whole color combo worked out! I used Hero Arts Mid-tone and Shadow Inks and they give such a cool finish on the White Linen card stock! Not sure if it shows up that well in the photo, but the overlapping/layering of the images with these inks creates such an interesting effect–kind of semi-opaque!
Thanks for stopping by each week, and many thanks to the crew at the CASE Study Challenge blog for inviting me to be the March Muse–totally AWESOME!!!
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